The East Setauket doctor who went missing for three days in a Smithtown nature preserve likely succumbed to severe dehydration, his physician said Wednesday.
"It was a cascade of events that just worsened . . . and the lesson learned is obviously that dehydration is a serious issue and you shouldn't go out alone," Dr. Frederick Schiavone said. "You should always have enough water."
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